Post Your 'TV Shows' (Photos)

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  1. HelixOmnimedia macrumors 6502a

    HelixOmnimedia

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    I started one about "Post Your Movie Posters" and it's really interesting to see what other movies other people have stored on their computer.
    A lot of people don't download movies, but what about TV Shows?

    So post the 'TV Shows' that you either downloaded or added yourself.
    Here's what I've got:

    DOWNLOADED
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    ADDED MYSELF
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    I'm in the middle of adding Simpsons and Dawson's Creek.
    Going to add - THE 4400 (1&2), before Veronica 2 and the rest of the Simpsons and Dawson's Creek.

    I'm getting prepared for either a forthcoming "true video ipod" or the iTV - I'm in the UK so I have sometime to kill before either are released.:)
     
  2. barr08 macrumors 65816

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    I am an avid 'creek fan, and can tell you that the 5th season is the best standalone season. The 2nd 3rd and 4th are good, but only when viewed all together. The 6th season doesn't pick up until the end, and the 1st season is kinda lame.

    Nice collection.
     
  3. HelixOmnimedia thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    I agree on ever point you just mentioned.
    If you're an 'avid 'creek fan' I don't know if you know, but 'Young Americans' - a Dawson's Creek spin-off is available on YouTube.
    I only discovered this today when I was using wikipedia to get DVD cover art.
    There's only eight episodes.
     
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    how easy is it to add TVs that you have bought into iTunes? Is it just like adding music from a store bought cd?
     
  5. HelixOmnimedia thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Just download HandBrake and then drag-and-drop the file into iTunes.

    http://handbrake.m0k.org/?page_id=24

    There's a little more to it, and it can be found here:
     
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  7. HelixOmnimedia thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    For some reason I can' edit previous posts.

    Forgot to put the link

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=155847

    Should have mentioned:
    The "Show" needs to be ripped from the DVD onto your harddrive.
    A lot of people use two programmes. MacTheRipper (to rip the file) and then HandBrake (to convert it to work in iTunes).
    I skip MacTheRipper, I find it easier and less confusing.
     
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    where have you been. if that was sarcastic, nvrmind.:)
     
  10. HelixOmnimedia thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Yes, I was in New York in September and bought a couple of Gift Card. But you still need to have an address in America to setup the account. I was there staying with family so I used my "usa address", so i set it up while I was over there.
     
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    I think it's because the poster is in the UK. And our UK iTunes Music Store doesn't offer movies and TV Show downloading. At least not yet anyway.
     

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